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15th October, 11:43

Killer driver cries as jailed for 121km/h crash that killed nurse

A 20-year-old man who was estimated to be driving at 121km/h in a 50km/h zone when he crashed killing an Invercargill nurse has been sentenced to four years and eight months in prison.Dejay Rawiri Kane, 20, had earlier pleaded guilty...
15th October, 11:05

Heavy rain, big swells, thunderstorms: Wild weather coming for already wet Hawke's Bay

A heavy rain and big swell watch is in place for Hawke's Bay as wild weather prepares to hit a region already in the midst of a soaking.Rain was already causing some issues on Tuesday morning.There was a slip on State Highway...
15th October, 11:01

PM defends immigration decision: National would have done the same

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is defending the decision to grant residency to a recidivist drunk driver who is in danger of being tortured if deported.But National leader Simon Bridges says it's another wrong decision by Immigration...
15th October, 10:42

Mt Eden rental 'unsuitable for human habitation' Tenancy Tribunal finds

An Auckland woman has been awarded more than $5000 after her flat was found to be unfit to live in due to dangerous mould levels. The woman, who the Herald agreed not to name as she is looking for another property, had just signed...
15th October, 10:05

Policeman rebuked for wrong-way driving in hunt for fleeing driver

A police officer who drove the wrong way up an Auckland street and collided with a fleeing driver has been found to be in breach of official policy.The crash took place in the early hours of December 19, 2017, on Hobson St.The...
15th October, 10:01

Mosque massacre: Police commended for 'relentless' work following March 15 attack

Police Association President Chris Cahill has commended officers for their "exceptional" response to the March 15 terror attack in a moving speech at the organisation's annual conference.And he says the most important thing for...
15th October, 10:00

Organised crime evolving 'rapidly' in NZ as borders become 'porous' to illicit trade

The face of organised crime is evolving "rapidly" in New Zealand and becoming much more agile in its ability to move between licit and illicit markets.And Police Association president Chris Cahill says Kiwi borders are becoming...
15th October, 09:56

Dramatic photos of Cape Brett rescue show harrowing sea conditions

Photos from a sea rescue in Northland show the harrowing conditions the three survivors battled in as they waited for help - as one of their group had already died. The Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter service has released images...
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